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7/13/2020

Reset and Restart guidance for career-technical education now available 

Supplemental information to help schools plan their career-technical education programs in the 2020-2021 school year is now available on the Department’s website.

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7/13/2020

Dispute resolution services available 

While many districts and parents can resolve issues related to a student’s educational recovery services independently, the Office for Exceptional Children would like to remind families and schools that there are multiple dispute resolution options available to help resolve issues related to educational services.

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7/13/2020

Report career-technical EMIS data as early as possible  

To guarantee students receive postsecondary transfer credit for their qualified career-technical education courses, districts must report course and technical assessment data in EMIS. Reporting this data as early as possible allows for timely and accurate advising of students enrolling in Ohio public postsecondary institutions in autumn.  

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7/13/2020

Tutors available through Ohio Reading Corps and Ohio Math Corps  

The Ohio Reading Corps and Ohio Math Corps each provide individualized tutoring for students in elementary grades who are struggling with literacy and math. Tutors, who are AmeriCorps members, strive to build students' feelings of confidence and ability to perform grade-level tasks as well as those tasks that will help them be successful going forward.

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7/13/2020

Rural Tech Project challenges schools to improve distance learning, offers cash prize 

 U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos recently announced the Rural Tech Project to advance high-quality technology instruction in rural communities. The Rural Tech Project is offering a total cash prize pool of $600,000. High schools and local educational agencies are invited to develop competency-based, distance learning programs that enable students to master skills at their own pace and prepare them for in-demand jobs.

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